AR and Cash Management Analyst

Sofia, Bulgaria

Job purpose:

  • Manage effectively incoming (outgoing) cash and financial instruments through bank and transit accounts. Responsible to ensure cash booking, reconciliation, closing activities and reporting are completed timely in compliance with policy and regulations
  • Manage intercompany reconciliation as per Company’s procedures, proactive work with counterparties to improve the reconciliation process and reduce mismatches
  • Manage intercompany reconciliation process as per Company’s procedures
  • Analyze the receivables aging balance, overdue and follow up with relevant departments to reduce risk of bad debt losses
  • Key interface role between various Company departments – Treasury, Controlling, Execution, Credit Risk, etc., where the team members can strongly influence customer satisfaction by managing the relationship through communication and actions taken

Key responsibilities: 

  • Accounting principles understanding
  • Liaise with internal departments to resolve outstanding accounting issues
  • Ensure all individual tasks are achieved, collaborate with team members and contribute to the achievement of team targets and deadlines
  • Report issues to team leader/line manager in accordance to the escalation policy
  • Develop professional knowledge on cash management processes and techniques in order to drive improvement in the above and in the aging balance optimization – standardization and simplification, better quality
  • Perform any ad hoc/additional duties as required


  • At least 1 yr. experience on an accounting position
  • Previous accounts receivable/cash management/credit control/customer service experience face-to-face or on the phone is an advantage
  • Experience in process optimization and innovation activities is an advantage
  • Experience in a multinational environment is an advantage
  • Good level of English language
  • Confident communicator with an ability to use own initiative


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